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BORN FREE


Naan ku se


Skukuza Pack Movement

The month of October started off slowly, with sightings few and far between. We managed to find the Skukuza Pack early on in the month and successfully downloaded the GIS data from the collared dog.  The next two weeks proved fruitless, with the Dogs managing to evade us whenever they made an appearance on the tourist roads.

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Born Free

In 2002 the Born Free Foundation became one of Land Rover's Global Humanitarian and Conservation Partners and is part of Land Rover's 'Our Planet' commitment to sustainability.

Together, Land Rover and Born Free are working to conserve wild animals and their habitats with projects throughout the world.

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N/a’an ku sê

Land Rovers give drivers the freedom to explore some of the wildest and most beautiful areas of our planet, and therefore we feel obligated to do what we can to protect and preserve our environment. 

Chris Heunis, Jan Verburg, Dr Rudie and Marlice van Vuuren started N/a’an ku sê Foundation in 2006 to protect and improve the lives of the people and wildlife of Namibia.




Denning Season in Kruger


The past few month have been particularly exciting in the bush,  firstly winter is finally coming  to and end and the savannah sun is warming up Kruger’s Lowveld with afternoon  temperatures over 30 degrees Celsius  on a more regular basis.

The excitement of not having to dress up as an Eskimo and head out on a sled in search of Wild Dogs every morning is one thing but what makes the months of August-September the best for a Wild Dog researcher is the fact that we are nearing the end of denning season. This means that Wild Dog pups are starting to emerge from den sites.

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